two factors are PRICE and LOCATION. Unfortunately in most cases only one of these factors can be changed. It would be impractical if not imposable to change the location of the property, but you can change the price. 90% of the properties that do not sell within the listing period are over priced. Thats why it is so important to price your property problem is that all most all the homes listed won't sell for the asking price. For example. The Wilson's' have their property listed for $250,000.00 and they accept an offer for $225,000.00. If you priced your home according to the asking price on the Wilson's' flier there would be a very good chance that you could be grossly overpriced.
A professional Realtor Consultant has the necessary tools to determine the most accurate pricing for your home. We can provide you with up-to-date market activity reports in your neighborhood to help you correctly price your home. One of these reports is commonly referred to as a CMA (Comparative Market Analise). If you are thinking about selling your home and want a FREE CMA. CLICK HERE
How your homes appearance when it is being shown is also important. We have expert advice to help you get your home ready to list and show.
We can also help you figure out how much you will profit from the sell of your home buy doing a Net Sheet. You as a seller will have certain closing costs that you will have to pay when you sell your home such as Title Insurance, Escrow fees, Prorated Property Taxes, Appraisal fees, Prorated Interest (if you have a loan on your home) and Tax service fees are some of the traditional seller costs that you will have to pay when you sell your home.
So as you can see, selling a home is a little more complicated than selling a car. If you are thinking about selling your home, we would love the opportunity to help you make your selling experience a pleasant and rewarding one. Please contact us by phone or by email.
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